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WIDA Consortium States. Data Source: Student October. Student Profile. Family History. School Day in the Life of an ELL. What language?.

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student profile
Student Profile

Family History

Adapted from WIDA Consortium

what language
What language?

“ Let’s kick back, learn the language, and in no time you’ll be sending down the old chinaman to be knicked by the batsman, before popping into the hands of the silly mid off fieldsman.”

the key to understanding
The Key to Understanding?
  • Chinaman: A delivery by a left arm spinner which to a right hand batsman appears as if it will spin from off to leg, however, spins in the opposite direction. Devised by a West Indian player of Chinese descent.
  • Knock: A term used to describe the batting innings of an individual player.
  • Silly: Refers to any fielding position that is located very close to the batsman
  • Mid off fieldsman: A player strategically placed within the field of play, with the object of stopping the batting team from scoring runs.
explaining the game cricket
Explaining the Game: Cricket

“ Let’s kick back, learn the language, and in no time you’ll be sending down (pitching) the old chinaman (type of pitch) to be knicked (slightly hit) by the batsman (batter), before popping (caught) into the hands of the silly mid off fieldsman (infielder).”

planning
Planning:
  • As a department, grade level team, and/or an individual. Look at your next unit of study, your next month’s lessons and think of how you can incorporate at least two components of SIOP into your lessons.
  • Look at templates and pick one that will work for you to use to plan your lessons.
  • At the back of your packet there is the observation tool that can be used to monitor your implementation.